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HIV-inhibiting condom approved in Australia

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“VivaGel contains an antiviral compound that, when used as a coating for condoms, can reduce the risk of exposure to viruses that cause sexually transmitted infections. 28 more words

Science

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Mysteries in this world abound and there seems to be no end in sight for them. Personally I hate unresolved mysteries, especially those that affect me directly. 723 more words

Life

Researchers make major step in finding cure for HIV

Danish researchers say they are finding ways to activate and expose hidden HIV cells to the immune system, which is being called a major step in finding a cure for the virus that causes AIDS. 96 more words

News

HIV-killing condom to make market debut

Outreach programs regarding HIV information are once again picking up, as data indicates HIV rates have remained relatively unchanged for a number of years. Fearful the public has lost the sense of urgency related to this illness, health officials have started promoting the latest and greatest medications and precautions. 361 more words

Sexuality

How AIDS Jumped the Color Line

In 2012 history of medicine professor Keith Wailoo (Rutgers University) explored the history of cancer and how its prominence in Black communities is a recent phenomenon. 570 more words

HIV testing event sets world record in Norfolk

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Teen Aids Peer Corps said it set a new world record in Norfolk Wednesday when 24 young people were simultaneously tested for HIV in public. 337 more words

Local News

How the West Was Lost

The 20th International AIDS Conference (IAC) is the largest gathering of clinicians, scientists, activists, advocates, journalists, government officials, and people living with HIV in the world, to address the global pandemic of AIDS. 825 more words